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Jurnee Smollett Defends Brother Jussie from ‘F**king Painful’ Accusations He Staged Hate Crime

Jussie Smollett’s sister, actress Jurnee Smollett, says that she believes her brother, the former who Empire actor who has fallen under scrutiny and legal trouble for his alleged hate crime hoax. “It’s been fucking painful,” said Jurnee Smollett to the Hollywood Reporter of her brother being accused of falsely reporting a hate crime. “One of the most painful…

AG Barr on Portland Protests: ‘The American People Are Being Told a Lie by...

Attorney General William Barr on Sunday sounded off on his portrayal in the media and the media’s framing of the ongoing violent protests in Portland, OR. Barr said on Fox News Channel’s “Life, Liberty & Levin” that he has been “appalled” by the blatant violence seen in Portland but lamented that the “partisan” mainstream media…

WATCH–Activists Protest Child Sex Trafficking in Fort Worth: ‘It’s Up to Us to Stop...

Local activists met on the Tarrant County Courthouse’s steps in Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday to protest human trafficking. Around 100 people showed up for the Erase Child Trafficking event “to show our solidarity with others across the country and raise awareness to the fastest growing industry in the world- Child trafficking,” its Facebook page read.…

Agents Seize $1M Cash in California Traffic Stop near Border

San Diego Sector Border Patrol agents seized nearly $1 million in U.S. currency during a traffic stop on Interstate 15. The seizure followed an alert from a K-9 to an odor coming from the gas tank. Agents working their patrol area near the California/Mexico border on the morning of August 5 stopped a Volkswagen Touareg…

Three Suspects Arrested in Alleged Shooting Death of Off-Duty Mississippi Trooper

Three men suspected to be involved in the shooting death of an off-duty Mississippi Highway Patrol Trooper on Friday have been arrested and are now in custody. Sean Tindell, commissioner of the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, announced Saturday morning that authorities tracked down and arrested two suspects in Louisiana, the Mississippi Clarion-Ledger reported. Later…

Massachusetts ‘Back the Blue’ Rally Sees Record Turnout

Wilbraham and Hampden, Massachusetts, enjoyed record attendance in support of law enforcement officers at Thursday’s Back the Blue rally. Two Massachusetts towns served as the beginning and end points of a mobile rally to support local police. Participants started in Wilbraham, following the “rolling rally” as it traveled to its destination in Hampden. Local news…

Washington State Teens Honored for Saving Deputy’s Life

The King County Sheriff’s Office in Washington state honored five teens for saving the life of one of its deputies. King County, Washington, Sheriff Mitzi Johanknect gave each of the five young men the Medal of Heroism Award for their actions that contributed to saving the life of a deputy, KCPQ reported. On July 18,…

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti Blasts ‘House Parties,’ Will Cut Water and Power to ‘Super-Spreaders’

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti blasted house parties on Wednesday, saying that he would instruct city officials to cut off water and power to properties where “flagrant violations” of social distancing rules have taken place in recent days. Garcetti was reacting to reports of large parties in the hills earlier this week, including one where…

L.A. County Supervisors Vote to Put Defunding Police on November Ballot

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a proposal on Tuesday to amend the city’s charter — which will be presented to voters on November 3 via ballot — to remove $880 million from law enforcement and “reinvest” the money in “direct community investment” and “alternatives to incarceration.” Titled, “Reimagining L.A. County: Shifting Budget…

Democrat Donor Ed Buck Charged with Four Additional Felonies

A federal grand jury on Tuesday returned a superseding indictment charging disgraced Democrat donor Edward Buck with four additional felonies, includes allegedly enticing victims to travel to engage in prostitution, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California announced in a statement. CBS Los Angeles reports: The four additional counts include one count alleging that…
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